How we started
The AICSA was incorporated on 12th July 1973, pursuant to the provisions of the Associations Incorporation Act, 1985 SA. It is a division of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers and is managed by a management committee known as a Division Council. Day-to-day operations of the Institute are overseen by the Chief Executive Officer.
Conveyancing as a strong, sustainable and respectable profession.
We exist to strengthen the conveyancing profession by supporting and advocating on behalf of our members.
The Division Council comprises a President, Vice-President, Immediate Past President and five councillors. All but two councillors must be ordinary members of the AICSA (conveyancers). The role of the Council is to:
- carry out the objectives of the Constitution
- set policy and review annually
- annual review and update of the Institute’s Strategic Plan
- represent the views of members; and
- act as ambassadors to promote the Institute and its members
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Membership Services & Publications Committee
- Yvette Graetz, Chair
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Finance Audit and Risk Management Committee
- Brad Eckermann (Chair)
- Gina Belle
- Kate Baxter
- Carmel Noon
- Eythan Barraclough
- Michelle Hendry
Legislative Review Committee
Professional Development and Events Committee
- Michelle Hendry, Conveyancing Matters, Chair
- Sue Andriani, Eastern Conveyancing
- Katherine Edwards, McKay Business Services
- Grace Hammer, Johnson Lawyers
- Hayley Schroeder, PGC Legal
- Linley Schultz, Cowell Clarke
- David Watts, TSF Consulting
The general meeting of the Division, known as the “Annual General Meeting” (AGM) shall be held in the month of September in each year on such a day, at such time and at such place as the Division Council may determine. All other general meetings of the Division shall be Special General Meetings (SGM). More details regarding these meetings are provided in the constitution.